Geboren in Nürnberg, kam Kurt Albert über das Wandern und Klettersteiggehen zunächst zum traditionellen alpinen Klettern. Als er das erste Mal. Kurt Albert () war einer der größten und geistreichsten Kletterer und Bergsteiger aller Zeiten. Geboren in Nürnberg, zählte er zu den Pionieren der. "Kurt Albert Frei denken - frei klettern - frei sein" heißt das Buch, das Tom Dauer über den bekannten Kletterer geschreiben hat.
Kurt Albert: "Warum soll ich mir das Leben schwer machen?"Der Todestag von Kletterer Kurt Albert jährt sich am September zum Mal. Nach einem Unfall an einem am Höhenglücksteig in Franken verstarb der. sei sein häufigster Satz gewesen, sagte ein Freund über Kurt Albert. Nun ist es ihm erneut passiert. Er ist abgestürzt an einem für ihn banalen Klettersteig. wolfgang güllich.
Kurt Albert Menu de navigation VideoGimme Kraft! The secret training files of Wolfgang Güllich Kurt Albert war ein deutscher Kletterer, Bergsteiger, Fotograf und Lehrer. Kurt Albert (* Januar in Nürnberg; † September in Erlangen) war ein deutscher Kletterer, Bergsteiger, Fotograf und Lehrer. Der Todestag von Kletterer Kurt Albert jährt sich am September zum Mal. Nach einem Unfall an einem am Höhenglücksteig in Franken verstarb der. Geboren in Nürnberg, kam Kurt Albert über das Wandern und Klettersteiggehen zunächst zum traditionellen alpinen Klettern. Als er das erste Mal.
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In the routes he would now try to ascend while free climbing, he would—in between attempts—paint a red 'X' on the rocks near pitons he did not need as holds or steps.
Once he could place a red 'X' on all the pitons and hooks in the route, and was thus able to free climb the entire route, he would paint a red dot at the base of the route.
From this comes the English term "redpoint", which is derived from the German Rotpunkt, meaning "red dot" or "red point".
In many ways this was the origin of the free climbing movement that led to the development of sport climbing some years later.
Albert was severely injured in a climbing accident on September 26, Diese Zeit war die Blütezeit des technischen Kletterns , d.
So gelang ihm bereits im Alter von 17 Jahren der Walkerpfeiler an den Grandes Jorasses und ein Jahr später die Eiger-Nordwand. Nach einem Besuch in der Sächsischen Schweiz , wo bereits seit Ende des Jahrhunderts frei geklettert wurde, war Kurt Albert der Meinung, dass das technische Klettern in eine Sackgasse führt.
Daraufhin versuchte er, bis dahin technisch gekletterte Routen im Nördlichen Frankenjura ohne Hakenhilfe zu klettern. On trips they were doing big alpine rock routes in the Wilder Kaiser or the Wetterstein.
All that changed for Kurt in when he went to Elbsandstein, then in East Germany. Sandner had been there first, and can still remember the overwhelming impact it had on him.
It was much more of a shock than going to the States. Everything was so limited. It was like we were coming from the moon.
The climbing, on the other hand, was superb and totally free. Kurt was staggered to discover routes at 5. I realized that free climbing was what I wanted to do.
And to show other climbers that a route could be done without pulling on pegs or stepping in etriers, he painted a red circle at the base. The red dots were pretty big.
The last ones he did with nail varnish and a little brush. History is a little murky on whether Kurt was the originator of this style.
Something similar was going on in France around the same time. But redpointing has become the gold standard free-climbing ethic the world over, and is the term we all use to describe a clean ascent.
The following year, the American climber Henry Barber passed through the Frankenjura while taking up an invitation from Bernd Arnold to visit Elbsandstein.
Kurt, Norbert and the little band of free climbers springing up in the Frankenjura were blown away. Then John Bachar came, and he really set the standard here.
But they liked that Camp 4 mentality. He was interested in how early Gill was doing his training programs. Kurt was scientific. He did experiments with training.
By then, Sandner and Albert had rented an apartment in Oberschöllenbach, north of the city. Or, rather, their girlfriends had.
Norbert and Kurt went climbing and called home every so often until the place was ready. It was essentially open house for the best sport climbers of the s, people like Ben Moon, Ben Masterson, Ron Fawcett, Chris tian Griffith, Jesse Guthrie, Ron Kauk and John Bachar.
There could be 20 people staying at once, even sleeping in the bath. More important, in an era before the Internet, their place was a hub of ideas and information.
The neighbors would look askance at some of the antics of the ever-changing cast, and once or twice the police were called. Jerry Moffatt even ended up signing posters for one cop whose kid was a fan.
It always seemed to work out. They were incredibly hospitable. And these were three-star classics. He completed the climb in with Wolfgang Güllich, managing most of the route free, but using aids for a small section; it was a feat which marked the beginning of the craze for free climbing on high-altitude peaks.
The route up the 1,m North Wall is one of the most difficult in the world — and Albert always considered the climb to be his most important.
Kurt Albert was born on January 18 in Nuremberg and started climbing, at the age of 14, with a Catholic youth group in his local Frankenjura mountains.
Noto per l'atteggiamento simpatico e scanzonato, strinse amicizia con molti arrampicatori di punta del periodo.
Famoso ed esemplificativo l'aneddoto su Jerry Moffatt , suo grande amico. L'affiatamento raggiunto con Güllich ed altri arrampicatori tedeschi gli permise, una volta laureatosi in matematica e iniziato ad insegnare, di mettersi alla guida di diverse spedizioni extraeuropee.
Prende il nome da una canzone delle Bangles. Sulla stessa falsariga tra il dicembre del e il gennaio del Albert, Güllich, Norbert Bätz, Peter Dittrich e Bernd Arnold tracciano un'altra via entrata nella storia alpinistica sul compatto granito della parete Est della Torre Centrale del Paine , in Patagonia.